Go to Top

Tag Archives

Tag Archives: FEVE coatings

New York City Apartment Building Features Dimensional Bronzed Façade

108 Chambers is a 10-story mixed-use residential building in Tribeca. By Greystone Development, and designed by Woods Bagot, the building features multiple condominium floors with ground-level retail. The exterior immediately grabs attention with a series of angular protruding bronzed aluminum panels. The building serves as a great contrasting element to the surrounding more traditional New York City facades. Continue reading Read More

Ontario Water Tank Boasts Area’s Iconic Color Scheme Using Advanced Fluoropolymer System

In southwestern Ontario, Canada stands the Chatham-Kent Water Tank. The one-million-gallon tank was built in 1994 and upon an assessment in 2013 was required to undergo both an interior and exterior recoat due to rust bloom. As part of the local area’s Community Brand campaign, which featured the water tank’s design, videos, banners and graphic designs, the tank was redesigned and recoated utilizing Tnemec Company’s fluoropolymer coating system. Continue reading Read More

Fluoroethylene Vinyl Ether (FEVE) Versus Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF): A Exploration Of The Benefits Of FEVE Resin Technology

There are a whole host of benefits to the utilization of an FEVE resin over a PVDF. These benefits include aesthetic-based benefits, application-based benefits, and sustainability benefits. FEVE (fluoroethylene vinyl ether) was developed to address the shortcomings with traditional fluoropolymer resins like PVDF, they are manufactured by copolymerization of a fluoroethylene monomer with a vinyl ether monomer. Continue reading Read More

Aquarium Designed To Mimic Marine Life Within Uses Lumiflon Enriched Metal Panels

The Pointe Defiance Zoo & Aquarium (PDZA) was designed by architecture firm EHDD. Sitting in Tacoma, Washington, the project houses a 35,000 square-foot exhibition space where residents and tourists alike can experience a plethora of native Pacific Rim marine life. The building, which replaced the PDZA’s North Pacific Aquarium, features a vast expansion to now include a 250,000-gallon warm water tank which houses impressive scalloped hammerhead sharks and sea turtles. Continue reading Read More

Subscribe to our Newsletters
Get the latest content, news and webinar announcements first.
We respect your privacy.